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Architecture of Floral Hall by solterbeck.net: Do-it-yourself parser for Type-B-Messages.

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  • 1. Architecture
  • 2. of Floral Hall Do-it-yourself parser for Type-B-Messages by solterbeck.net
  • 3. Developers are trained Turn-key delivery of Floral Hall Service Offer Requirements: - XML/ASP.Net MVC - Visual Studio - MS SQL Server (Min. Express) - Windows .Net Framework 4.0 Know-how transfered
  • 4. Component Diagram Floral Hall Configuration XML Web Server (IIS, ASP.Net MVC 4) Aspx XML Message Web Application Webpage Post RCV Message Message collector Message Parser Web Service WCF Data Service Uses for message consolidation Inserts, deletes & updates XML structures XML Message Structure Repository Inserts message object Message Database Microsoft SQL Server Inserts message object Message Database Reorganisation Aspx SQL Srv Web Application Webpage Sample XML doc w/ selected datasets WCF Data Service Message objects grid w/ details Webpage Selects message object(s), updates message object Data export Database Web Service Uses for message parsing Message Parser Web Application Push selected datasets for export Aspx
  • 5. Service parameters Scalability Response time Performance
  • 6. Scalability No issue No matter which reporting airport
  • 7. Response time Presentation layer through web technology
  • 8. Performance Large database: 1.5 Mio records* will be listed in seconds * Equivalent of 3 years of messages for a mid-size airport with 100.000 movements per year.
  • 9. Passenger Transfer Message Load Message Movement Inbound Connection List Data elements
  • 10. Load Message I/II • • • • • Flight characteristics – Flight identifier – Departure date – Registration Message data – Message receive date – Message receive time Address and flight information – Priority – Message identifier, SMI and Double signature – Destination – Origin Seat configuration – First Class, Business Class and Ecomomy Class – Alternatively Aircraft version Number of crew members – At flight deck – At cabin deck
  • 11. Load Message II/II • • Breakdown of passenger numbers – Destination – Pax Adults – Pax Childs – Pax Infants – Pax First – Pax Business – Pax Economy – Dead head crew (optional) – Passengers allowed to be deplaned (optional)) Breakdown of Load Weight – Destination – Cargo – Baggage Weight – Baggage Pieces – Mail – Equipment – Others – Total Deadload
  • 12. Movement I/II • • • Flight characteristics – Flight identifier – Departure date – Registration Message data – Message receive date – Message receive time Address and flight information – Priority – Message identifier, SMI and Double signature – Destination – Origin
  • 13. Movement II/II • Interpreted flight data – Estimated arrival time – Airport of movement – Airport of concern – Departure Information • Is Actual • Off block time • Take off time • Delay codes 1-2 • Delay time 1-2 • Passenger number • Infant number • DHC Number – Arrival Information • Is Actual • Off block time • Take off time • Delay codes 1-2 • Delay time 1-2
  • 14. Transfer Messages I/II (Passenger Transfer Message & Inbound Connection List*) • • • Flight characteristics – Flight identifier – Departure date – Boarding point – Transfer point – Partnumber Message data – Message receive date – Message receive time Address and flight information – Priority – Message identifier, SMI and Double signature – Destination – Origin * optional
  • 15. Transfer Messages II/II (Passenger Transfer Message & Inbound Connection List*) • Transfering passengers – Connecting flight number – Passenger‘s destination – Occupying seats – Seat Class – Number of bags – Number of children
  • 16. 33% less investment than self-made Self-driven approach Implemented in three months Independently Your benefit More accurate data High granularity in data detailing Realtime processing
  • 17. Contact: solterbeck.net | Sven Solterbeck Mecklenburger Straße 61 | 65824 Schwalbach Germany | Tel. +49 6196 764280 Mail: sven@solterbeck.net
  • 18. Presentation by Sven Solterbeck Sven Solterbeck, blogger, software developer and IT infrastructure consultant, knows the industry for more than 14 years. He has collaborated with well known airports in Germany, Europe, Mid East and Asia. Solterbeck.net one hand is a blog about IT, airports and social media and on the other hand a start-up platform. Here new software solutions for the aviation industry are developed, with a focus on “Twittairport Airport on Twitter in Numbers" or "Standardized Collection of Traffic Data at Airports for Billing, Marketing and Operations“. Presentation made on 19. December 2013. Photo credits: © Jörg Hackemann, Orlando Florin Rosu, kalafoto, Acik, Visual Concepts, Helder Almeida, Michael Nivelet (Fotolia.com).